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Posted by Cindy on Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 7:16pm.

A man drags a table 4.25 m across the floor, exerting a constant force of 54.0 N, directed 28.0 above the horizontal.

I have found the work done by the applied force to be 202.6 J but I can't find the second part of the question which is below.


(b) How much work is done by friction? Assume the table's velocity is constant.

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